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The City of Lakes, Udaipur

The Pink City, Jaipur

Sand Dunes of  Jaisalmer
Old Havelis of  Bikaner
The Sun City,  Jodhpur
Wildlife Fun at  Bharatpur
Hill Station,  Mount Abu
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Godwad Circuit
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Mewar Circuit
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Hadoti Circuit
Shekhawati Circuit
Desert Circuit
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The town of Ajmer, which has always had great strategic importance due to its secure position, protected by the Aravalli Range, and its location on the major trade route between Delhi and the ports of Gujarat, was founded by Ajaipal Chauhan in the 7thcentury. Ajaipal constructed a hill fort here and named the place Ajaimeru, or invincible hill.
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Situated at the foot of a barren hill in the old part of town, this is one of India's most important places for Muslim pilgrims. The Dargah is the tomb of a Sufi saint, Khwaja Muin-ud-din Chishti, who came to Ajmer from Persia in 1192 and died here in 1236.

Adhai-din-ka-Jhonpra & Taragarh
Beyond the Dargah, on the very outskirts of town, are the ruins of the Adhai-din-ka-Jhonpra mosque. According to legend its construction, in 1153, took just 2.5 days,. It was originally built asa Sanskrit college, but in 1198 Mohammedof Ghori took Ajmer and converted the build-ing into a mosque by adding a seven arched wall covered with Islamic calligraphy in front of the pillared hall.

Akbar's Palace
Back in the city, near the railway station, this imposing building was constructed by Akbar in 1570 and today houses the Ajmer Museum, which is really not worth the bother.

Naslyan (Red) Temple
The Red Temple on Pritbviraj Marg is a Jain temple built in 1865. Its double storey hall contains a series of large, gilt wooden figures from Jain mythology which depict the Jain concept of the ancient world. The hall is decorated with gold, silver and precious stones.
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The desert town clings to the side of the small but beautiful Pushkar Lake with its many bathing ghats and temples. Pushkar town is a maze of narrow streets filled with interesting little shops, food stalls, hotels and temples. Fortunately there's virtually no traffic in the main bazaar, making it a pleasurable place to explore at leisure. It is also famous for the Camel fair.
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Nagaur lies about midway between Jodhpur and Bikaner, 135 km to the north-east of Jodhpur. It has an historic fort protected by massive double walls which encompass a richly painted palace. Within the walls of theold city are several mosques, including one commissioned by Akbar for a disciple of the Sufi saint Khwaja Muin-ud-din Chishti, who roamed India in the 13th century. Nagaur also hosts the Nagaur Cattle Fair,a smaller version of Pushkar's Camel Fair, which takes place in late January or early February. See the Festival aside earlier in this chapter for more details
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